The latest news on Bashar Assad
The administration is weighing its options after confirming the use of chemical weapons.
Obama is right to be reluctant when it comes to entanglement in Syria.
Syria will only know freedom if religious strife is brought to an end.
McCain’s trip to the war-torn nation revealed how hard it would be for the U.S. to get involved in the conflict.
The U.S. already has a successful model for providing aid to opposition groups.
The White House needs to stop explaining what the president might have meant by "red line" and simply set a policy.
New reports suggest Syrian rebels are being defeated with Iran's help.
The president’s caution is warranted as Americans are bone-weary of war.
If the Obama administration continues to dawdle, the United States will pay the price.
Should the administration wait for new information before sending more aid to Syria?